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Mastering Elliott Wave: Presenting: Presenting the Neely Method - The First Scientific Objective Approach to Market Forecasting with the Elliott Wave Theory [Kindle Edition]

Glenn Neely
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This work presents the first scientific, objective approach to market forecasting with the Elliott Wave Theory. Neely provides a detailed guide for all investors serious about finding accurate solutions to difficult markets.


This work presents the first scientific, objective approach to market forecasting with the Elliot Wave Theory. Neely provides a detailed guide for all investors serious about finding accurate solutions to difficult markets.'


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 8702 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 279 Seiten
  • Verlag: Windsor Books; Auflage: 2nd (13. Januar 1998)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B009EA3DKG
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Geniales Buch,allein die Heranführung an das Thema über die Monowaves in Kapitel 3 sind super,kann aber übersprungen
werden wenn man schon ein anderes Werk zum Thema EWT durchgearbeitet hat.

Ich hatte es ursprünglich bestellt um einfach mal einen Blick reinzuwerfen und da ich bereits das sehr empfehlenswerte Buch von Rüdiger Maaß zu dem Thema durchgearbeitet hatte,war ich anfangs vor allem wegen des hohen Preises eher kritisch.

Aber im Endeffekt hat es sich gelohnt und ich würde sagen,dass dieses Buch eigentlich das Standardwerk für jeden sein sollte,der die EWT im Livetrading umsetzen will
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Das Beste! 20. Oktober 2008
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dieses Buch ist eines der besten Bücher über Techn. Analyse, selbst wenn man von EW nicht viel hält
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5.0 von 5 Sternen very positive 14. August 1999
Von Ein Kunde
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Elliot wave was always like trying to catch smoke, for me.I knew somthing was there of value and yet I could never succeed in using it.This book changed my life.I owe the complete understanding of the stockmarket to this book.The author has really done a stellar job.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Not for the faint of heart--for serious traders only! 18. April 2004
Von Rob Ryley - Veröffentlicht auf
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Just about 5 years ago, I began seriously studying the markets. I was heavily influenced by many experts that this thing called Tecnical Analysis was a bunch of BS.
Five years, and thousands of dollars (in profits) later, I can tell you that technical analysis is a crucial tool in dealing with the fundamental uncertainty we traders deal with every day.
Even when I was basing decisions on conventional technical techniques, Elliott Wave Theory seemed like tea-leaf reading. But knowing what I know about the markets, I kept an open mind. I learned how to apply the basic rules, and was amazed at what I saw. There is much more to Elliott than I thought.
Neeley gives a thorough method for applying the Wave theory based strictly on price action. He guides you from analysing individual swings, to grouping them correctly into wave patterns. Once you have a workable count, it is possible to place a low risk, high profit trade on.
The key value in all of this is that you can see a number of possible scenarios. The one problem with Elliott is the issue of alternate counts. I've found that alternate counts often disagree as to the magnitude of a comming move, and less often on the direction, if you are using multiple timeframes.
I've actually worked through most of Neely's rules. I set up a spreadsheet to calculate the retracement levels he indicates in his text. Having said that, Neely omits one crucial bit of info. His method is based on retracement levels. Yet, he never tells you whether to use price levels, or percentages to measure the length of waves. Since he indicates you should use recent data, I've assumed he meant price lengths in dollars (or whateve currency you use).
This is a crucial omission, as price targets are determined by the relationships among waves. Sometimes using price lengths, rather than percentages, renders impossible targets. The only way around this is to use percentages for longer longer time periods, and price lengths for shorter ones. Posner covered this in Applying Elliott Wave Theory Profitably.
One problem is that Neely gives extensive wiggle room in his use of retracements to define patterns. This means his categories, while appearing rigorously objective, actually overlap to a considerable degree. You will often be left with 2 choices for a label, despite applying the rules consistently. That isn't necessarily Neely's fault--he is being realistic. No one ever said the market was easy.
I wouldn't tackle this text if you are unfamilliar with classical technical analysis. Elliott wave can be a frustrating theory. I've gotten headaches trying to count corrective patterns. Despite what Neely says, conventional indicators, candlesticks, and chart patterns can be very helpful when wave counts are not. Classical technicals and Elliott often overlap--suggesting the same conclusion. When they do, then you know you have a potential profit opportunity.
But if you are familiar with classical methods, and you are serious about learning Elliott Wave, then I can recommend this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Mastering 3. Mai 2001
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This book is actually for those who want to "master" the Elliott wave theory. Though Mr Neeley explains his method from the scratch, you have to spend a great amount of time to understand how to identify the waves and how you should apply the rules and guidelines even if you know the theory. After long hours of studying the book and applying the techniques on the price charts, you will surprisingly find out that your view on the technical analysis and Elliott wave theory changed.
"A large portion of market technicians spend their time trying to manipulate price data to find that "magical" key-indicator. How can a transformation of price data be better than the original data?" says Mr Neeley. If you're in the search of the "magical" key indicator(s), this book is not for you, since there's not even a word about the technical indicators, but when you finish studying the book, you will see that you don't need to look for an indicator.
Since Fibonacci numbers and golden ratio are the most important parts of the wave theory, you have to know how to apply them on the charts. This book is the best one I've ever read about how to apply Fibonacci techniques on a price chart. Not only the price distance, but the time elapsed to form the waves are dependant with the Fibonacci numbers and this book teaches you how to use them.
Author also defines clearly how to apply the Rule of Alternation, Rule of equality and Rule of Complexity. Further you read, you learn how to analyse complex wave structures and what to expect when the waves are advancing to form larger waves.
I have to warn those who want to learn some trading techniques using the Elliott Theory or Neeley Method, since there's nothing in this book about trading, but do not forget that this book is mastering the the Elliott Wave. Do you think you still need a pre-made trading technique after mastering the theory? I don't think so.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good, but heavy reading. 4. Februar 2000
Von Bradley Morehouse - Veröffentlicht auf
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You want to know Elliott Wave theory better than you know the menu at McDonald's? This is the book to study. Figures, facts, rules,'s all here. Don't expect the wisdom to come easily though. This is seriously hard stuff to absorb. If you do absorb it however, you'll KNOW the markets you follow and what they're doing intimately.
Actually I gave this book only four stars only because I subtracted a penalty star for bogus reviews. Really now...did whoever (the author?)think we wouldn't catch on? And in the future maybe they could at least put in something other than the endorsements on the back of the book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hardcore Elliott 27. Juni 2003
Von A. M. B. Stevenson - Veröffentlicht auf
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If you are looking for a general introduction to Elliott Wave theory and practice this book is not for you. I would suggest starting with Prechter's "Elliott Wave Principle" from 1979. If you are prepared to spend a lot of time working through the minutiae of the rules and conditions contained within this book, however, (especially using your own data) you will find this a most rewarding endeavour. Wave theory is not for the faint-hearted, it requires a lot of time and application to give you the building blocks to come up with a view of the market.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen This is a book that I would love to like but... 29. November 2008
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Wouldn't it be nice to do hard work and then profit for your labour? This book is very complex and requires hundreds of hours of study, but I am not convinced it is worth the investment.

I have tried to read the book on more than one occasion, but failed. I have also subscribed to the author's newsletters. In those letters he seems to have gone away from labelling each little swing in the market, probably because it just doesn't work. The book is almost 20 years old and I would love to read a book by Neely with those additional 20 years of experience behind his belt. That would probably be a 5 star book.

If you are new to Elliott Wave do not buy this book. Here are my recommended steps, and you can stop anywhere, and still get benefits:
1. Prechter's 1978 classic Elliott Wave Principle : Key to Market Behavior
2. Miner's High Probability Trading Strategies: Entry to Exit Tactics for the Forex, Futures, and Stock Markets (Wiley Trading)
3. Enlist yourself on the right discussion forums and follow real time interpretations by self-appointed experts
4. Subscribe to newsletter fitting your trading horizon, Prechter has a range of options
5. Buy Neely's book

I have written several short reviews on trading books. The best way is to compare the score on the books I've read. Many reviews on are just glorious 5 star reviews. I use all five categories; sorry but everything isn't "great". Books rated 5 are very good. Books rated 4 are good solid books well worth reading. Books rated 3 can be bought by some people who read a lot or have very specific needs. Books rated 1 or 2 I would not recommend buying or reading. Naturally all in my humble opinion.
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